BMW 4 series Coupe

THE COUPE

THE NEW NOSE AND THE TRADITION

THE INTERIOR

THE EXTERIOR DESIGN

The appearance of the new BMW 4 Series Coupé brings both the familiar
styling of BMW’s sporty two-door models and the brand’s new design
language to the fore. A small number of crisp lines and the use of clear,
generously sized surfaces come together into a body design which exudes
unadulterated driving pleasure from every angle.
The dynamically stretched proportions of the new BMW 4 Series Coupé
are the result of greater exterior dimensions than its predecessor. Length
has increased by 128 millimetres to 4,768 mm, width by 27 mm to 1,852 mm
and the wheelbase by 41 mm to 2,851 millimetres. Vehicle height is up by
just 6 mm, to 1,383 millimetres, making the car 57 millimetres lower than
the new BMW 3 Series Sedan. Its tracks have increased in width over the pevious-generation model’s – by 28 millimetres at the front and
18 millimetres at the rear – and are also 23 millimetres wider than those
of the latest BMW 3 Series Sedan.

THE FRONT END

The striking front end of the new BMW 4 Series Coupé shines the spotlight
on its standalone character. The large, vertically emphasised BMW kidney
grille angles forwards and extends down almost to the lower edge of the
front apron. Its standard air intakes have a mesh structure of the sort only
previously seen on M models. As a defining element of the front end, the
grille stands confidently at its centre. With its upright kidneys connected in
the centre, it reprises a design feature from the company’s past – one shared
with legendary brand classics, such as the BMW 328 and BMW 3.0 CSi –
and adds its own modern twist.

THE RWD CARD

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